From Shakti Kapoor to Vivek Oberoi, the career of these Bollywood stars ended because of just one small mistake! - Newztezz Online

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From Shakti Kapoor to Vivek Oberoi, the career of these Bollywood stars ended because of just one small mistake!

 


There are many stars in the Bollywood industry who have given films one after another. But he suddenly got lost somewhere in the ocean of anonymity. Today we will meet some such actors and actresses who have given many films but today are in oblivion.

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Actress Mandakini was one of the most beautiful actresses of her time. He started his career with the film Ram Teri Ganga Maili and within no time his career started touching sky heights and he got a line of films, but as soon as his name was associated with underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, he disappeared from the industry. She went and now no one has any idea where she is.

Mamta Kulkarni

Mamta Kulkarni was once very popular and worked with actors like Aamir Khan, Govinda Sunil Shetty, but due to a small mistake her career sank. His name was associated with underworld don Chhota Rajan and his Bollywood career ended.

Vivek Oberoi

Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi has worked in many films, but he lost his name. He started his film career with the company and his name was associated with Aishwarya Rai.

The news of Vivek Oberoi and Aishwarya Rai's affair was widely discussed, due to which it was much talked about. However, both of them broke up because of Salman Khan and Vivek Oberoi's career ended.

Fardeen khan

Bollywood actor Fardeen Khan is the son of Firoz Khan and his mistake cost him dearly and his career ended. In the year 2001, his name was linked to the drugs case after which he disappeared from the film industry.

Shakti Kapoor

Shakti Kapoor has worked in around 1000 films and is called the Crime Master Gogo of Bollywood. But in 2005, he got caught in a sting operation and after that he was seen asking for sexual favors from a girl, due to which his name disappeared from the industry.

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